Well, the fair is finally over (6 days is a long time for a fair when one is slaving over a fryer)
and I had the good sense to bring my camera the last night.
This is me doing what I do best. My partner in crime went on a float trip with her family the last 3 nights of the fair and none of the people I trained could get the knack for funnel cake frying so it was me.
And my husband warned me that my hair might have been "not my best look" in his words.
I though I looked cute from the front.
But it was 4,834 degrees with high humidity and I was standing over 375 degree oil for 6 hours so the hair off my face look was necessary.
At least my pony tail holder and flip flops matched my green tank top.
The lady got shot out of the cannon again and there was another truck pull but I had my husband with me and he had his earplugs that he wears for target practice so I was set.
Yesterday (Sunday) I could not get out of bed, I was so tired and sore but I did anyway and tromped into work with a smile (and better hair) and man we were busy.
After work, I went home for a nap and then we went for a drive.
We decided to go to a different river and we took a bumpy road that only Jeeps can travel.
My spleen fell out about halfway down the path but we ended up under some bridges and I decided to snap some photos.
I think I am going to blow them up and frame them.
It was stormy and there were tornado warnings all around us but we are rebels.
We also saw this teensy cowlet.
We had dinner at a new Mexican place in town.
The food was good and the Dos Equis was cold so I was happy.
And the big one had a good time with us too.
Amazing how much fun you can have when your parents take away your car, Mac and iPhone.
Maybe this week I can read some blogs- I am way behind.